Paul Gottlieb

Sequim man arrested for investigation of hit-and-run, vehicular assault

A crash in a Port Angeles Safeway parking lot last week that left a trail of debris resulted in the arrest of a 23-year-old man… Continue reading

Kilmer discusses Inslee, climate change during Peninsula visit

Gov. Jay Inslee is at the top of U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer’s list for president, the 26th District representative said of his Democratic Party colleague. … Continue reading

Teacher, Sequim School District settle discrimination lawsuit

Middle school teacher and former Athletic Director Autumn St. George has settled her 2018 federal lawsuit against the Sequim School District and three employees over… Continue reading

Teacher, Sequim School District settle discrimination lawsuit

Middle school teacher and former Athletic Director Autumn St. George has settled her 2018 federal lawsuit against the Sequim School District and three employees over… Continue reading

Wayne family gathers options for marina, nearby land

John Wayne Enterprises Inc., is putting together options for redevelopment of John Wayne Marina and 105 acres the company owns next to the Sequim Bay… Continue reading

Solmar man, 70, helps snowbound elderly get medication

James Luna aids the isolated with utility vehicle

Karen Goschen

Port of Port Angeles seeks meeting with Ethan Wayne about marina

Officials want to ‘collaborate in person’ with leader of John Wayne Enterprises

Karen Goschen

Prosecuting attorney: Sharp object used in killing of Sequim woman

No suspects yet in January death of Valerie Claplanhoo

$3.5 million bail set in triple homicide; deputies seek second suspect

Bail of $3.5 million was set on Jan. 25 for a man accused in the late December killing of three east Port Angeles-area people while… Continue reading

Clallam PUD orders smart meters, offers opt-out provision

Clallam County Public Utility District began ordering smart meters last week after similar efforts struck out in Port Angeles and Jefferson County, spurred in part… Continue reading

In memory of Valerie

Bewildered mourners at two gatherings this week embraced the memory of Valerie Claplanhoo, slain Jan. 2 at her Sequim apartment in a case that remained… Continue reading

By the end of the month, leaders for multiple agencies, including the Port of Port Angeles, City of Sequim and Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe look to meet with John Wayne Enterprises President Ethan Wayne about his opposition to the sale or transfer of the John Wayne Marina to anyone but the port. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

John Wayne Enterprises wants port to keep marina; opposes any sale

With discussions and inquiries continuing about the ownership of John Wayne Marina in Sequim, leaders with John Wayne Enterprises told the Port of Port Angeles… Continue reading

By the end of the month, leaders for multiple agencies, including the Port of Port Angeles, City of Sequim and Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe look to meet with John Wayne Enterprises President Ethan Wayne about his opposition to the sale or transfer of the John Wayne Marina to anyone but the port. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Skeleton crew work in Olympic National Park

A skeleton crew of National Park Service workers is staffing emergency functions in Olympic National Park during a partial federal shutdown that will have an… Continue reading

Autopsy indicates Sequim woman’s death a homicide

Authorities continue to investigate the death of a 57-year-old Sequim woman after an autopsy revealed that she died of traumatic injuries due to homicidal violence,… Continue reading

Police probe woman’s death in Sequim apartment

How a 57-year-old woman died in her Sequim apartment on Jan. 2 remains under investigation by Sequim Police Department and the Clallam County Coroner’s office… Continue reading

Charges filed in $97,000 burglary

Authorities say Mikhail John Frantz and William Alan Duncan were co-conspirators, scheming to steal more than $97,000 in cash, rings and rare coins from a… Continue reading

Former Port Angeles teacher found electrocuted in Sequim home

A retired Port Angeles High School art teacher known for his connection with students and a love for stained glass was fatally electrocuted while working… Continue reading

Rose Crumb, Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County founder, dies at age 92

Rose Crumb, a registered nurse who founded Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County at the dawn of the hospice movement, died Dec. 19 at her Port… Continue reading

Port Angeles woman gets $350,000 in settlement with Clallam prosecuting attorney

Former Clallam County employee Tina Hendrickson’s sexual harassment lawsuit against county Prosecuting Attorney Mark Nichols was settled last week in an agreement under which Hendrickson… Continue reading